see. faces of men, dancing in pale shadows of sadness. Faces of men, in quiet cemeteries; buried in worn out emptiness and poverty. beautiful cities of men, losing its glories, through decades of silence. we sadly waits for the birth of a savior, to rescue us all, from the wreckage of yesterday. Oh, tell me... Continue Reading →
I was a little boy With a dream, in Africa The rich man stood standstill, with his entourage; Pointed his hand on me, to Inquire about my parents. His direct gaze on my innocent soul, scared the hell out me. One of the guys stretched his hand, pointing to the apartment which directly faced the... Continue Reading →
Like a spectator watching his favorite team in a losing streak; with a sullen face. You sit quietly on the floor, at the corner of your living room, staring on the ceiling with a heart filled with shame, guilt and fear mixed in a concoction of probing questions, hitting all cylinders in your mind, yet with no concrete solutions. The confusion in your mind and the uncertainty of your... Continue Reading →
"The escape route to wholeness is in the discovery of the divine nature of God. The Church doesn’t need the corrupted ideas of a corrupt world, to function right. It is totally absurd to go back to the ungodly systems of the unregenerate world order, where we've delivered from, for directions and purpose" "The most safest place... Continue Reading →
THE SPOKEN BLESSING.
One of the best explanations of faith that I have learned is this: “Faith is simply a good opinion of God”. This makes it so simple for me. When I need faith, I don’t have to look at myself to produce faith. I just need to look at God. And true enough, in times where... Continue Reading →
Where is God in your life?.
http://youtu.be/SNkQQnJhnUI Gravity of Grace Note: I started my day in the atmosphere of Afro Praise...Ushered into His presence by no other personality than Sonnie Badu. Sonnie Badu, if am not mistaken is the Israel Houton of Africa. He has become the face of Africa in the 21st Century touching lives, transforming nations through spirit filled... Continue Reading →
Ugandan eco-artist Ruganzu Bruno built an amusement park for children living in one of Kampala's slums. Bruno (right) worked with the local community to create the playground in a congested area lacking recreation facilities. "We built the playground together as a team," he says. Using thousands of waste bottles, the talented artist turned a... Continue Reading →